What is the Right and Effective Dose of CBD?

 The right an effective does of CBD is a complex and unique answer for each individual. There are different ways to take CBD, each one has a different bioavailability. One must also consider the user’s CBD goals, weight, health condition and diet. There isn’t a right answer. Each person has a different effective dose of CBD.

While someone may have success, taking 50 mg CBD capsules will have different results if they took 50 mg of CBD oil. The method matters because different CBD administering techniques result in different bioavailability.

Bioavailability rates change from each type of administration method. Vaping CBD has a higher bioavailability than CBD cream. A 10 mg dose will be much more effective in a vape compared to a low potency topical. When determining an effective CBD dose, one must take bioavailability into consideration.

CBD Goals

When starting to take CBD, it’s a good idea to monitor how much you are taking and have a

clear idea of what you want out of the experience.

Talk to Your Doctor

The safest way to determine a user’s dose of CBD is to ask their physician. They will take into consideration the user’s body weight and condition they are treating. They will also have knowledge of the user’s physical shape and if they are on any medication.

Typical Dose of CBD

Scientific research suggests that CBD is safe. Studies have been tested a wide dose range from as little as 20mg per day up to 1500mg. Taking too much CBD doesn’t appear to have consequences but more research needs to be done to be definitive.

We suggest starting with 20 mg 40 mg per day, then increasing the dose by 5mg each week. Regardless of administration method, you will get a feel for the effect of CBD and be able to make an educated decision on your personal effective dose. Keep track of how much you are taking and the effectiveness by writing down your experiences.

CBD Daily Dose

When taking CBD, consistency is key. Our bodies have an endocannabinoid system consisting of receptors, taking CBD is thought to activate these receptors to provide benefits. Taking cannabinoids like CBD builds up the body’s endocannabinoid receptors over time increasing the receptors activity. Some benefits are thought to happen over an extended period, after consistently taking CBD oils.

In order to give CBD a real change to improve your life, users must take a substantial dose for an extended period of time. Many first-time users report not feeling any benefits without actually building up their endocannabinoid system.

High Dose CBD

Taking CBD in high doses seems to be safe. A study done in 2011 determined that even when taking a dose of high-potency gummies per day continuously, the CBD was tolerated. We do not recommend starting a CBD regiment at such a high dose. Start slow. Work your way up to the proper dose for you that accomplishes the goals you’ve set.

While CBD appears to be safe to take at even extremely high rates, there have been reported

Side-effects they include:

  • Fatigue
  • Diarrhea
  • Changes in appetite
  • Changes in weight

Your Dose

Your dose is specific to you. Many factors go in to finding the correct dose. The best way is to be informed and to monitor the amounts and effects. Taking into consideration your weight, physical health, medications, and goals is key to finding what dose works for you. If you are unsure of what to take, ask your doctor. CBD use is rampant, doctors have experience with understanding the best practices in determining an effective CBD dose. 

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